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Indo-Pak Trade: Wagah border WB to help create policy, infrastructure for trade across Wagah

LAHORE: A 12-member World Bank team visited the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) on Monday to discuss Indo-Pak trade via land route.
The World Bank team headed by Senior Operations Officer Diep Nguyen-van Houtte, South Asia Regional Integration spent over an hour at the LCCI to… Indo-Pak trade, Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Wagah border WB, World Bank

Pakistan, International Monetary Fund (IMF) talks begin today ‘European crisis will not affect Pakistan too severely’

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will hold dialogue with International Monetary Fund (IMF) today (Wednesday) and will seek a loan of upto $5 billion,
The finance ministry will hold formal negotiations with IMF delegation, arriving in Islamabad today (Wednesday).
Sources in the ministry said Pakistan would… Asian Development Bank, IMF delegation, International Monetary Fund (IMF), Pakistan IMF, World Bank

Energy Poverty: We Need to Do So Much More led by the World Bank and the International Energy Agency

A recent multi-agency study led by the World Bank and the International Energy Agency has found that if we continue as we do, i.e. a business as usual approach, it will be nowhere near sufficient to achieve the goals of the UN’s Sustainable Energy for ALL (SE4ALL) Initiative. As a… Carbon and De-carbonization, carbon pricing, China, economic development, Electricity, Energy and Economy, energy poverty, Environment, Environmental Policy, HIV/AIDS, International Energy Agency, Politics & Legislation, population of India, Public Health, World Bank

Bowing out: former prime minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf son-in-law resigns from World Bank post

ISLAMABAD Raja Azeemul Haq, son-in-law of former prime minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, has resigned as an alternate Executive Director of the World Bank in Washington, after serving for five-and-a-half months.
Secretary Economic Affairs Division, Muhammad Shehzad Arbab,  Haq tendered his… Federal Public Service Commission, World Bank, World Bank’s own website

Project financing: ADB to pull out of CASA-1,000MW import project Central Asia South Asia (CASA)

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has decided to part ways with the 1,000 megawatt (MW) Central Asia South Asia (CASA) power import project due to security risks in Afghanistan in a big blow to the United States (US) which has been vigorously advocating for the project. 
The… (Tapi) gas pipeline project, ADB, Asian Development Bank, Central Asia South Asia (CASA), Inter-American Development Bank, TAPI, Turkemistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India, World Bank

Steady but Modest Progress Found on Renewables Adoption Representatives of the three agencies (the World Bank, the World Energy Council and UK-based charity Practical Action

The world has made “steady but modest progress” in improving global access to electricity and safe cooking fuels, increasing energy efficiency and adding renewable sources to the world’s energy mix, said Vivien Foster, energy unit sector manager at the World Bank’s sustainable energy… electricity and safe cooking fuels, global renewable energy, improving global access, increasing energy efficiency, renewable sources, Sustainable Energy for All, t, Vivien Foster, World Bank, World Energy Council, world’s energy mix

World Bank Finds 60 Carbon Pricing Systems In Place Or In Development Global emissions trading schemes map via World Bank

It’s ironic considering all the attention on the struggles of the EU Emissions Trading System, but today over 40 national and 20 sub-national government jurisdictions have either implemented or are considering carbon pricing mechanisms.

Global emissions trading schemes map via World… carbon pricing mechanisms, Carbon Pricing Systems, Global emissions trading schemes, World Bank

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